Tonight on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) we featured Erica Dee, Singer, DJ, Producer, MC, Nelson BC local and long time Shambhalite! We talked about Erica’s roots in Nelson, and how Shambhala Music Festival has helped fertilize and grow her career. Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Soundcloud, or Mixcloud! […]
Venturing into some deep cuts and sprinkling you with some classic joints such as J Dilla, Slum Village, Teebs and Pete Rock + more. Tune in and get lost in the music. → Photo by www.marcusmainz.com Beats 2 ~ Explore New Sounds ➫ Twitter: @beats2radio ➫ Facebook: Beats 2 ➫ beats2radio.tumblr.com ➫ YouTube: Beats 2
This show originally aired on the 29th of March, 2016. I was having some trouble making it down to the studio, work related snafus, they wouldn’t return my stapler. An Odd Party. The “title” of this episode, An Odd Party, is purely a subjective glance (from my opinion, of course) at the playlist. This rotating show concept, […]
A mix of rainy day summer songs. Perhaps a bit of an elusive theme, but I did my best.
Long over due for this show, but we got you with new music and classic digs on this one. This one gots what you need for that easy sunday listening. → Photo by joelmaggie.tumblr.com Beats 2 ~ Explore New Sounds ➫ Twitter: @beats2radio ➫ Facebook: Beats 2 ➫ beats2radio.tumblr.com ➫ YouTube: Beats 2 Artist Spotlight: The Code
ZigZag Vinyl’s Pete LaMalfa joins me to spin through some breezy summer jams before he splits for New York. We’ll miss ya, bud.
A very special episode wherein I’m joined by DJ DJ, my pops. We played through the best dad rock of the past few decades with some of his old favorites and a few of mine.
Coming up on the show, Bruce Springsteen and other performers take a stand against a bill recently passed in North Carolina, Supreme Court justice nominee Merrick Garland’s contribution to students in Washington D.C., and Led Zeppelin finds their originality questioned once again in a court case surrounding one of their most famous songs. [email protected]
We’ve finally hit the big 50. To celebrate, I pulled a stack of the best finds from my time spent digging at the forever missed Belmont Records. Thanks for listening. <3 Forgive the bumbling intro. Lenny's hammond organ shreddin' is very distracting.
A continuous mix of vinyl while covering for The Cue. 4 Note: Unfortunately, the audio dropped out in the middle of the Bobbie Gentry track I played. I’ve edited it out and segued together the track before and prior.